Highway Engineering Mock test – 3 || Civil Engineering




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1. The wall constructed for the stability of a back filling portion of a road on the down hill side, is known as
2. The inventor of road making as a building science, was
3. In case of a multi-lane road, overtaking is generally permitted
4. Reconnaissance is best done with the help of
5. Floating gradients are generally provided
6. Normal formation width of a hill road for one-way traffic, is
7. Width of the shoulders of carriage way is generally kept
8. The usual width of side drains along Highways in hilly region, is
9. The pavement width of a road depends upon
10. Curves in the same direction separated by short tangents, are called
11. Minimum thickness of the base of a flexible pavement, is
12. If the coefficient of friction on the road surface is 0.15 and a maximum super-elevation 1 in 15 is provided, the maximum speed of the vehicles on a curve of 100 metre radius, is
13. Area of steel required per metre width of pavement for a length of 20 m for design wheel load 6300 kg and permissible stress in steel 1400 kg/cm2, is
14. When an up gradient of a highway meets a downgrade, the vertical curve provided, is known as
15. The perpendicular offset from the tan-get to the central point of the circular curve, is
16. If no super elevation is provided on a road along curves, pot holes may develop at
17. Speed regulations on roads is decided on the basis of
18. An Executive Engineer of roads, executes works under direct control of
19. Newly constructed pavement with ordinary Portland cement attains its working strength after
20. The most commonly adopted method to provide super-elevation on roads, is by pivoting the road surface about
21. The desirable camber for straight roads with thin bituminous surfacing, is
22. Enoscope is used to determine
23. The minimum vertical clearance of overhanging cliffs or any other structure above the surface of a hill road, should be
24. For a vehicle moving with a speed of 80 km per hour, the brake reaction time, in ordinary cases, is
25. If the velocity of moving vehicles on a road is 24 km/per hour, stopping distance is 19 metres and average length of vehicles is 6 metres, the basic capacity of lane, is






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